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Kharkiv School of Photography : Body Politics. (Non) Soviet Corporeality in Kharkiv Photography of the 1970s - 1990s

By Halyna Hleba Based on PinchukArtCentre Research Platform materials Modern Ukrainian conceptual photography began in the 1970s in the then Soviet Kharkiv with the emergence of a generation of young people who dared to go beyond the Soviet aesthetics. Members of the Vremya art group developed the "blow theory" in the early 1970s as their own idea of ​​art photography, in which corporeality was a tool against the pseudo-optimism of…

Fahey/Klein Gallery : Geof Kern : Midtown Exit

The Fahey/Klein Gallery presents Geof Kern “Midtown Exit”, a selection of photographs taken throughout Kern’s career which beautifully demonstrate his ability to illustrate whimsical scenes with a cinematic aesthetic. Kern’s multifaceted style combines photography and illustration and redefines the traditional photographic genres of fashion and still life. He uses fabricated sets and pseudo-suburban scenes to mock the mundane. Steering away from high profile models, Kern prefers neighbors, acquaintances, and locals…

in focusgalerie : Willy Maywald : Paris – Haute Couture of the Fifties and Sixties

Willy Maywald (1907-1985) was one of the most important photographers in Paris from the 1930s to the 1960s. His training at the Werkkunstschulen in Krefeld, Cologne and Berlin shaped his avant-garde formal language. In 1932 he moved on the Seine, where he made friends with many protagonists of artistic modernism. His range of subjects, which includes both commissioned and free works, extends from a spectacular collection of portrait photographs and…


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